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Mannequin Pussy Drops ‘Buffy The Vampire Slayer’ Inspired Track, “Nothing Like”

With less than a month to go before Mannequin Pussy officially drop their eagerly-awaited fourth studio album, I Got Heaven, arriving on March 1 via Epitaph Records, the four-piece have released their Buffy The Vampire Slayer-inspired new single, “Nothing Like.” In this latest offering, the band seamlessly melds their trademark indie essence with sugary-sweet punk, crafting a dynamic soundscape that encapsulates the fervent longing for youthful romance. Delving into the precarious realm where infatuation overpowers reason, “Nothing Like” is propelled by frontwoman Marisa Dabice‘s evocative vocal delivery, transitioning from a tender croon to a powerful crescendo laden with the raw… Read more »


Demi Lovato Drops New Rock Version Of “Heart Attack”

Demi Lovato has breathed new life into their 2013 hit single “Heart Attack” in the form of a smashing new rock experience. The electropop-infused original version was a massive success, to say the least. Peaking at number 10 on the US Billboard Hot 100, it was later certified quadruple platinum, selling over 2 Million copies in the United States. We can all agree that the song was a banger. With Lovato’s most recent album, HOLY FVCK, being a returning venture to their early rock-inspired roots…this new spin only makes sense. Lovato announced the new track Monday, March 20th via Instagram,… Read more »


News Flashes 04.13.22: Remembering Gilbert Gottfried, The Harlem Festival of Culture, and The New York Subway Attack

Today we talk about the life of Gilbert Gottfried, a new Harlem Festival of Culture, and an update on the subway attack in Brooklyn. Remembering Gilbert Gottfried We lost a great comedian and perhaps one of the most distinguishable voices in the entertainment industry yesterday. Gilbert Gottfried died at 67 after battling type II myotonic dystrophy for a long time. This is a type of muscular dystrophy that is rare and has no cure. The disease led to heart problems that ultimately took his life. His family posted the announcement on their socials saying, “We are heartbroken to announce the… Read more »


Legendary Bluesman Dr. John Dies at age 77

The legendary bluesman Malcolm Rebenack, better known as Dr. John, passed due to a fatal heart attack on June 6, 2019. Dr. John was also known as the “Night Tripper”. To say he had an impact on music and American culture does his influence no justice. He’s credited as one of the architects of the New Orleans blues and jazz sound. Some of us are familiar with his song “Right Place Wrong Time”, while his voice will be recognizable to younger generations from “The Princess and The Frog” soundtrack. His recording of “Down in New Orleans” was a fun authenticating… Read more »


We’re S.A.D: Our Goodbye To Man Overboard (For Now)

In late January, the New Jersey-native band Man Overboard announced a hiatus that will take place after a final run of farewell shows in the summer. Love them or not, Man Overboard were one of the first bands to fully propel 2010’s revival of pop punk back into the hearts of music lovers worldwide, an effort that can only be described by their iconic tagline: “Defend Pop Punk.” Today’s pop punk music scene would definitely not have been made possible without Man Overboard, and with that in mind, the idobi staff reflects on their favorite memories of the band that… Read more »

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